An unprecedented number of seniors needing care will arrive at a time when even family is coming under fire.
This is important not just to preserve relations with Israel, although that is important, but for the safety of the world. Read more »
The French save the day when it comes to the nuclear talks going on in Geneva between the west and Iran. Read more »
Wise managers give people what they want. In this case, people want more control over their televisions, keeping unwanted content out of their homes. Read more »
It's customary on Veterans Day to stage events reflecting national pride and appreciation for those who served in the military. This year, there also is an opportunity to recognize advances made... Read more »
No one knows whether Minerva Schools will succeed in providing an elite university experience for roughly half the cost of an Ivy League school, but if it doesn't, someone else out there will. Read more »
At the heart of U.S. District Court Judge Dale Kimball’s ruling against the BLM Richfield District is a stinging criticism of the agency’s process in coming up with the district’s... Read more »
In some circles, people are arguing that charitable donations to churches don't provide a benefit to society. That is an ill informed opinion that doesn't stand up to scrutiny. Read more »
The president couldn't have been more clear. If you like your current insurance plan and your doctor, you were going to be able to keep them. But that's simply not so. Read more »
County property taxes shot up last year by more than 16 percent, and residents no doubt would prefer a budget that might lower levies now that economic conditions are improving. Read more »
The tremendous amount of good accomplished by finding homes for orphans should not provide an excuse to ignore disturbing trends in overseas adoption practices. Read more »
Jon Huntsman Sr. says his dream is "…to have Salt Lake City be regarded as the medical science center of the world." There is now even more of a reason to believe that dream can come true,... Read more »
The evidence is clear. Nothing can end the cycle of poverty quite like a stable marriage. So why isn't this a higher national priority? Read more »
Utah commissioner of higher education is pushing a plan to encourage students to take 15 credit hours a semester, among other things. Read more »
Local elections affect people more immediately than anything happening in Washington. Two ballot measures in particular caught our eye. Read more »
Unless Washington takes steps to avoid fiscal disaster, the U.S. will lose its place as a world leader for freedom, liberty and basic human rights. Read more »
The NSA says it never briefed President Obama on its efforts to spy on German Chancellor Angela Merkel. That raises troubling questions. Read more »
The 6 million unemployed young people in America are being hurt by Obamacare and other perverse disincentives. Read more »
With public pressure mounting over dirty air in Utah, the governor has commissioned a panel to study the problem and make policy recommendations. If that sounds like recent news, it is. Gov. Gary... Read more »
One of the leading impediments to freedom and prosperity in Africa has been disease, particularly HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Read more »
U.S. District Judge Dee Benson reversed an earlier decision and ruled that a competency hearing for convicted killer Ron Lafferty should be open to the public. It was the right thing to do. Read more »
A new legislative audit shows that USTAR has misrepresented its supposed successes by a startling degree. Read more »
A move by Ogden police to file an injunction against known gang members associating was ill-conceived. Read more »
Give the serious nature of the problems concerning Obamacare's website, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius should visit Congress this week, not next, to explain what is going on. Read more »
New data shows the majority of Americans hold beliefs closer to the center of the political spectrum than to either ideological edge, which gives validation to efforts in Utah to reform the system... Read more »
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